FBI REACHES MILESTONE IN MOST WANTED FUGITIVE LIST: WASHINGTON (AP) — The FBI has reached a milestone in its 63-year-old program of pursuing its "Ten Most Wanted Fugitives."
It has added the 499th and 500th names of fugitives to have appeared over the years on its regularly updated list.
The FBI says citizen cooperation has led to 155 of the fugitives being apprehended or their bodies found.
The two new additions are Jose Manuel Garcia Guevara, who allegedly murdered a 26-year-old woman in the presence of her 4-year-old stepson in Lake Charles, La., in 2008; and Walter Lee Williams, a former California professor wanted for the alleged sexual exploitation of children and traveling abroad to engage in illicit sex acts with children.
Guevara is believed to be in Mexico. Williams has lived in Palm Springs, Calif., and has traveled extensively in the Philippines and has reportedly lived in Indonesia, Polynesia and Thailand.
POLICE: ARIZ. BUS DRIVER CAUGHT PUNCHING PASSENGER: PHOENIX (AP) — Police say a Phoenix bus driver was caught on cellphone video repeatedly punching a passenger and slamming the man's head against a bench.
Authorities say 45-year-old Todd Allen Shields was charged with assault and other counts and placed on leave.
According to police, passenger Desirae Madrid recorded Shields fighting with a 21-year-old man after the man tried boarding the bus with a reduced fair ticket for minors. Police say the bus driver demanded identification, but the passenger refused.
Madrid told KSAZ-TV that's when she saw Shields pick the man up and throw him off the bus. Police say the video shows Shields attacking the man, who suffered minor injuries.
WOMAN CHARGED IN 2ND BUTTOCKS-ENHANCEMENT DEATH: JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — A Mississippi woman has been charged in a second death related to giving buttocks-enhancing injections without being trained or licensed.
The state attorney general's office says 53-year-old Tracey Lynn Garner of Jackson, formerly known as Morris Garner, was arrested Thursday and charged with one count of depraved heart murder. Conviction carries a potential life sentence.
The release says Garner injected "a silicone substance" into Marilyn Hale of Selma, Ala., on Jan. 13, 2010, and Hale later died.
Records show Garner was in the Hinds County Detention Center on Monday. Her attorney, John Colette, was not immediately available.
Garner had been on house arrest awaiting trial in a similar case in the 2012 death of an Atlanta woman.
JURY: NO MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE IN PENILE IMPLANT: WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — A jury in Delaware says there was no medical negligence in a penile implant procedure that the patient said left him with an 8-month erection.
The New Castle County Superior Court jury decided that urologist Dr. Thomas Desperito was not negligent in the procedure he performed in December 2009 on 44-year-old truck driver Daniel Metzgar.
The News Journal of Wilmington reported that during the weeklong trial, Metzgar testified that his constant erection drew taunts from family and friends, as well as stares, slurs and threats from strangers. He testified that the procedure caused him to withdraw from much of life, wearing long, baggy sweat pants and a long shirt to hide his condition.
Metzgar had the prosthesis removed in August 2010, after tubing from the device punctured his scrotum.
PRO-OBAMA GROUP AIRING HEALTH ADS: WASHINGTON (AP) — An outside group supporting President Barack Obama's agenda plans to air a series of ads this summer promoting Obama's health care overhaul.
Organizing for Action intends to spend at least $1 million this summer on ads to draw attention to the implementation of the health care law, including its quality of care and coverage of uninsured Americans.
The move comes as the White House works to implement the law. People without access to health coverage through their jobs can start shopping for subsidized private insurance in new state markets beginning Oct. 1. Those benefits will kick in Jan. 1.
The organization's first ad touts benefits for consumers, including preventive care, average rebate checks of $150 last year and tax credits for small businesses to pay for part of their workers' coverage.
CHINESE SUPERCOMPUTER NAMED AS WORLD'S FASTEST: BEIJING (AP) — China has built the world's fastest supercomputer, almost twice as fast as the previous U.S. holder and underlining the country's rise as a science and technology powerhouse.
The semiannual TOP500 official listing of the world's fastest supercomputers released Monday says the Tianhe-2 developed by the National University of Defense Technology in central China's Changsha city is capable of sustained computing of 33.86 petaflops per second. That's the equivalent of 33,860 trillion calculations per second.
The Tianhe-2, which means Milky Way-2, knocks the U.S. Department of Energy's Titan machine off the no. 1 spot. It achieved 17.59 petaflops per second.
Supercomputers are used for complex work such as modeling weather systems, simulating nuclear explosions and designing jetliners.
It's the second time China has been named as having built the world's fastest supercomputer. In November 2010, the Tianhe-2's predecessor, Tianhe-1A, had that honor before Japan's K computer overtook it a few months later.
The Tianhe-2's achievement shows how China is leveraging rapid economic growth and sharp increases in research spending to join the United States, Europe and Japan in the global technology elite.
DRIVER ARRESTED IN DEATH OF SOCCER BALL DRIBBLER: SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Police in Oregon say they have arrested the driver they say fatally struck a man trying to dribble a soccer ball 10,000 miles from Seattle to Brazil for the World Cup.
Scott Van Hiatt, of Neskowin, was arrested Monday on a charge of criminally negligent homicide.
Richard Swanson, of Seattle, planned to dribble the ball for more than a year through 11 countries before reaching Sao Paolo, Brazil, where the opener of the World Cup soccer tournament will be played on June 12, 2014.
He was struck from behind by a pickup while walking south along busy U.S. 101 near Lincoln City on May 14.
Hiatt was indicted by a Lincoln County grand jury last week. He is jailed on $50,000 bail.